It’s been one of those weeks. You know the kind. Nothing really bad happens, but some many little things pop up that by the end of the day on Saturday you’re wondering why you didn’t accomplish what you thought you had sufficient time to complete. It’s kind of like being nibbled to death by ducks.
Most of my disruptions were either work related or involved my son. (I thought I had made it clear there was to be nothing further involving fire while I was at work.) A wire in his braces popped loose, and instead of simply fixing it, the orthodontist went ahead and tightened everything. This will save time later this month, but it cost most of an afternoon. I finally figured out why one of the dogs was suddenly traumatized to the point of refusing to go outside. (Experiments to determine the flammability of WD-40 are expressly forbidden. Which should have been obvious.)
Anyway, work was supposed to be quite slow this week. As result I had intended to finish and post reviews of the latest issue of Weird Tales and the first installment of a new series by Joshua P. Simon, as well as finish a detective novel on my phone, Deryni Rising by Katherine Kurtz for for Black Gate, and a review for Amazing Stories. Plus I had planned on commenting on Amazon’s announcement about pricing the other day.
The piece for Amazing Stories is done, uploaded, and should go live tomorrow. I”ll start the BAF post for Black Gate either tonight or (more likely) tomorrow along with the review of the detective novel. I’ll also try to the Simon novel and WT finished in the next couple of days.